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100% of the Student Class Has Applied to College
How a nurse went from saving lives to almost losing her own.
Tonight we find out about the first African-American settlers in St. Augustine Florida.
Officials in Amarillo called the latest snowfall event a "million dollar snow." But it's more than that!
A previous resident of Marthas Home will be hosting a Thirty-One fundraiser party to benefit Marthas Home.
Officials report that there were allegations of a teacher being involved in a relationship with an 18-year-old student.
Randall and Potter Inspections
They're transporting 100-pets to Dallas and Chicago this weekend but they need some help.
A DPS traffic stop Wednesday on I-40, yielded over five pounds of cocaine, four pounds of heroin, and 21 grams of meth.
The National Transportation Safety Board released a preliminary report Thursday afternoon concerning the deadly crash of a prison bus on January 14 along Interstate 20 near Penwell.
Amarillo South Rotary hopes to draw attention to the outstanding service these law enforcement officers have provided for the citizens of Potter & Randall Counties.
Amarillo Crime Stoppers needs help locating Laura Marie Venturi.
New Mexico Higher Education Department approved a $18 million bond proposal to renovate the library, apartments on west campus and to build a multi-purpose athletic center.
The proposal would provide matching funds to help Texas university and colleges recruit prestigious, nationally-recognized researchers to their faculty.
Grand Opening Scheduled for Summer 2015
A Pampa police officer critically injured in a shooting earlier this month is going home.
Walter Wolfram today officially announced his candidacy for Place Four.
A Borger man gets 200-years in prison for 10 counts of sexual contact with a child.
The Third Annual Moore County Refugee Workshop was Wednesday.
The Randall County Senior Spelling Bee took place at Westover Park Junior High.
Election day is May 9th.
Businesses will get an invoice about ad space they have supposedly taken out.
21-year-old Angel Griego also plead guilty to contributing to a minor and manufacturing or possessing child pornography.
"After Caprock Comes College"
The Texas Tuition Promise Fund, the states prepaid college tuition program, allows participants to purchase tuition units based on current prices and avoid future increases in the cost of undergraduate tuition and school-wide required fees at Texas public colleges and universities.
Milestone Homes of Guymon will receive a loan not to exceed $2.6 million for the construction of 24 single-family homes. This is the largest Housing Trust Fund loan ever made by OHFA for a housing development.
Santwone Smith was booked into the Potter County Correction Center on the following charges, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by Felon; Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 less than 1 gram; Evading Arrest/Detention in Motor Vehicle and Evading Arrest/Detention on foot.
Amarillo Cuts ties with Controversial Development Partners
Antjuan Ball puts up double double in win
Last second 3 pointer doesn't fall for sandies as they fall
West Texas A&M University gets it's first patented invention to be marketed commercially, and it's all thanks to one WT professor.
Council members also approve a splash pad for Glenwood park.
Amarillo City Council members approve several items in their agenda, today.
Monday afternoon, Amarillo Police responded to a stolen vehicle report in the 1100 block of Amarillo Blvd East.
There will another candidate looking to fill the late Jim Simms place on the Amarillo City Council this year.
29-year-old Ryan Kelley is in the Gray County jail.
23-year-old Joanna Elizabeth Salinas Olivas, a victim in an assault Saturday, died on Sunday.
The wreck occurred in the 1100 block of Bell.
After meeting with legal counsel, the LGC board voted unanimously to give proper notice to Wallace Bajjali that the four existing contracts are terminated.
The City of Amarillo will receive $772,766 from the grants.
Texas can rebel against Obamacare and Medicaid expansion all it wants, but enrollment in the state's insurance program for the poor is growing, and the federal government will be paying for less of it. An additional $1.3 billion might be needed just to maintain the status quo.
Group Overseeing Amarillo's Revitalization Projects Leaves Another City Without Warning
Palo Duro graduate average 13 points and just under 7 assists per game in recent run
A million dollar renovation project will soon be underway at the Santa Fe Building.
Two days before filing begins, local candidates are already announcing their runs for city office.
Special guest speakers and college experts will be on hand to answer questions about higher education,
It happened Saturday morning on US highway 54 in Texas County.
Police say they found 51-year-old Jose Ramos face down in the street.
In 2013, Alma helped save more than $5 million for patients.
Jury hears opening statements in murder trial of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez.
The finishing touches are being put on the field ahead of Super Bowl Sunday.
The Federal Communications Commission voted today to change the definition of broadband to connection speeds of 25 megabits per second or higher.
17 astronauts who were killed in the line of duty were remembered today at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville.
A mother pleads guilty to leaving her child at home alone while she went to a bar.
The illegal drugs were allegedly being transported from California to Houston.
Doctors say 90-percent of people exposed to measles can expect to become infected, too, unless they've been vaccinated or were previously infected.
But the picture isn't all rosy.
Local, state, and federal authorities are working together to keep Super Bowl celebrations safe.
U.S. Attorney General Nominee Loretta Lynch will face critics of current Attorney General Eric Holder, as the confirmation hearings continue.
The WHO says it is now focusing on ending the Ebola epidemic as quickly as possible.
Civil rights activists honored for 1961 lunch counter sit-in protest that resulted in time on a South Carolina chain gang.
U.S. Senate holds confirmation hearing for Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch.
New England is digging out after two days of heavy snow and punishing winds.
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, a child dies every two weeks when a TV, piece of furniture, or an appliance falls on them.
Security camera shows UPS delivery driver toss package, then urinate on side of house.
President Obama is headed for a political collision course with the Republicans.
Oklahoma lawmaker defends bills aimed at gay community despite widespread criticism.
The Obama Administration pitched the possibility of ending the program as part of an upcoming budget plan.
Truck driver gets pinned inside vehicle after car crash.
27 states are reporting gas prices averaging below two dollars a gallon.
China has beefed up its great firewall yet again, this time cracking down on virtual private networks.
Challenger exploded 73 seconds into flight, at about 11:40 a.m. eastern time, on January 28th, 1986.
Defense officials deny a decision has been made on charges against Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, held captive by the Taliban for five years.
They're calling it "Boarzilla," a 790-pound hog shot in Comanche County. Blaine Garcia and Wyatt Walton killed the boar about three miles north of De Leon, Texas, their hometown.
Seattle marijuana producer Solstice rolls 12,000 joints for commemorative "12th Pack" promotion ahead of the Super Bowl.
Cat believed to be dead after being struck by car claws its way out of grave and returns home.
Footage shows a pair of owls and pair of eagles going talon-to-talon as they fight over a nest near Decorah, Iowa.
Cameras worn by California firefighters show dramatic rescue of three young children from burning home.
National news outlets including the Houston Chronicle, San Antonio Express News, Cosmopolitan, MTV and others picked up a story on their websites Monday from Texas Tech.
California woman sentenced to probation after attempting to cut off her husband's penis with a pair of scissors.
Kris Kimber is now entitled to a lifetime of free tacos after he got a tattoo of a taco featuring the logo for Flint's new food truck, Vehicle City Tacos.
Kentucky teen captured after taking his 13-year-old girlfriend on a multi-state crime spree talks about their time on the run.
Man Sues casino, claiming he was too drunk to gamble when he lost $500,000 last year.
Vermont Teddy Bear Company catches heat for its new line of toys tied to the erotic novel and upcoming film "50 Shades of Grey".
Oregon man suffers broken ribs when he comes face-to-face with an escaped 800-pound bull.
Outdoor advertising company reaches agreement to remove controversial billboard erected along Alabama interstate.
Kentucky man accused of holding wife at gunpoint while tattooing "Slut" on her back.
Security footage shows police officer shoot off his own finger after store clerk hands him a loaded gun.
Toddler taken by carjackers answers mother's phone and helps lead police to abandoned car.
Arkansas gun range bans Muslims, turns away Hindu men as well.
Burst pipe turns Detroit home into frozen waterfall.
Alabama outdoor advertising company says they've been overwhelmed with calls about message on I-59 near Birmingham.
Community rallies around teen who became target of cyber-bullying after attempting to sell her plus-size prom dress on Facebook.
Kansas City family takes advantage of deep freeze by constructing backyard ice rink.
Firefighters rescue dog after it plunged through thin ice.
Harsh winter weather caused a layer of ice to freeze over on roadways across the Basin last week, and some decided to skate on thin ice - literally.
Eggnog chugging contest lands Utah man in the hospital.
Satanic Temple of Detroit erects "Snaketivity" display across from nativity scene at Michigan's capitol.
Florida golfer Gus Andreone recently became oldest person to sink a hole-in-one.
Photographer's hopes of using stuffed Santa to attract mountain lion lures a bear instead, with surprising results.
After thousands of 911 calls are traced to mentally-challenged man simply hoping to find music on the telephone, dispatchers deliver a heart-warming solution.
Idaho Packing company owners say someone has been setting animals free from their facility.
A Satanic display will soon stand next to Michigan's Capitol Christmas tree.
Police responding to a report of man shoplifting formula to feed his baby help the man buy supplies instead of arresting him.
Unintended innuendo prompts South Dakota to cancel safe driving campaign.
Workers have removed a time capsule dating to 1795 from the foundation of the Massachusetts State House.
Young Texas girl battling cancer makes a public plea for birthday cards
The University of Texas will soon offer a class entitled "Beyonce Feminism & Rihanna Womanism".
Firefighters rescue dog stuck on partially frozen Maine lake.
Family pet leaps into line of fire when man opens fire on family during road rage incident.
Family of organ donor hears son's heart beating in the chest of the transplant recipient that it saved.
A stray dog follows an extreme sports race team as they compete in Ecuador. He makes such an impact, they adopt him.
The Cincinnati Zoo is dealing with a unique problem that threatens to darken their Festival of Lights event: bulb-stealing squirrels.
Kitten found in Maine after disappearing from New Mexico home five days earlier.
Arkansas hunter thought she'd bagged a 9-point buck, but she was wrong.
Colorado man somehow survives rare "internal decapitation" after being thrown from vehicle in terrible crash.
World War II veteran Justus "Jay" Belfield was laid to rest over the weekend, just days after a photo of him in uniform saluting from his deathbed went viral.
Contestants hoping to win a new Dodge Dart have now been sitting in the car for more than 18 days.
Hundreds line up for a chance to buy rare bottles of Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon.
Waitress receives $1,000 tip on $15 check.
Teen battling terminal brain cancer makes amazing show of courage and determination on the basketball court.
140 years later, infamous Colorado cannibal Alfred Packer's legend lives on.
Witnesses say drunken argument preceded fatal shooting involving New Mexico Sheriff's deputies.